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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-12-2002, 09:59 PM
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My factory grey carpet is getting pretty nasty, too many muddy boot huntin' trips, and I'm not big on cleaning carpet. Where would I find an OEM style factory rubber floor covering like what stock Cheyenne series trucks came with? I know the dealer can probably get me one ($$$) and JC Whitney carries stuff like that, but I haven't been real impressed with the quality of Whitney stuff lately.

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Re: factory rubber floor mat

have you checked out the mats at walmart of autozone or pep girls? i don't know how marvelous the mats are quality wise, but if you need them without all that $$$, that might be where to look. i'm thinking about replacing my faded rubber mats.

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http://www.accmats.com - they are $120 for our trucks. i just put one in last summer and love it!

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Re: factory rubber floor mat

Have you thought about having it sprayed with a Rhino lining? It would have the quality your looking for, and if for some reason it gets cut they should repair it. It may be more than you want to spend, but then again, the price may not be all that bad....especially since you would never have to replace it ever again. Another plus is that they can do custom colors. Anyway, just a thought.

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I have a spray in liner in the bed and it would be pretty cool inside the cab, but the places around here want around too much money to do it. Mike, that is exactly what I am wanting to do. I appreciate the picture, especially since I have the same interior as you.

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Rhino lining is cool, but by using just that wouldnt you lose all of the sound deading capability of the mat and padding. The road noise would increase substainialy. Just a though.


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well you wouldnt lose all aounsd deadening. Rhino liner works quite well to absorb sound. i mean its not GREEAT but it does an adequate job. i dont know aboutt eh other liners line line-X or anything. its a little less rubbery so i would assume it would absorb less sound, but i cant say that I've tested it to see, so take that with a couple of grains of salt.
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